|By Christian Miller | January 11, 2013 | Comments|
- The first event, TNA Wrestling: X-Travaganza, will be a TNA Wrestling: One Night Only pay-per-view and will include past and present wrestlers from the X Division. There will be an Ultimate X Match, an X-Scape Cage Match and Jerry Lynn will make a stop on his retirement tour to take on long time rival Rob Van Dam. Other X Division wrestlers set to make a return appearance are Petey Williams, Amazing Red, Matt Bentley and Jimmy Rave.
- The second event, TNA Wrestling: Jokers Wild Tag Team Tournament, will be another TNA Wrestling: One Night Only pay-per-view and is set to feature tag teams selected at random. The winning team will move on to compete in a 12 man Gauntlet Match, with $100,000 as the prize. Wrestlers scheduled to compete in the tournament are Bobby Roode, Christopher Daniels, Rob Van Dam, James Storm, Samoa Joe, Joey Ryan, Jessie Godderz, Matt Morgan, Robbie E, Mr. Anderson, Robbie T, Chavo Guerrero Jr, Hernandez, Zema Ion and Doug Williams.
- In addition, TNA World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy is set to make an appearance after the two events for in ring photos.
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